Startup Engineering II: Building a Minimum Viable Product

This page contains general information about the course "Startup-Engineering II: Building a Minimum Viable Product", which usually takes place in the winter term. Information on the currently running course can be found here.

Goal of the module 

The module "Startup Engineering II: Building a Minimum Viable Product" is primarily aimed at students who are planning to start their own business or work for a startup. Students will learn how to use common software tools currently used by startups for the following tasks:

  • software development 
  • project management and team communication


Startup Engineering II is a team project; students work together in teams of three person to achieve a series of pre-defined milestones. Each milestone is presented in front of the other groups, who make suggestions for improvement. Coaches are available to guide and advise the teams.


Format and Exam

  • Credit points: 6 CP
  • SWS: 4
  • Exam Type: Referat

Further Information

  • Module Description (PDF)
  • Classification with the Curriculum:
    • MSc CV / MSc INF / MSc INGINF / MSc WIF: WPF Informatik

Workload of the Course





Lectures: Introductory Lectures 008  -  -
Project: Work  - 120  -
Project: Presentation  - 016  -
Hausarbeit  -  - 020





  008 136 020
Total hours used166
Workload for 6 CP180
Hours still available014 (for organizational stuff, etc.)



Building a Minimum Viable Product

Letzte Änderung: 15.09.2017 - Ansprechpartner: Webmaster